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? to ben stein, glad to see you. as you can tell, he's glad to be back. charles payne, dagen mcdowell. we've also got adam and charlie gasparino. welcome all. charles payne, what are we to make of this? >> the thing we got to worry about, everyone watching the show has to worry about something that's rushed, hand fisted, wait fort fog to clear because you're going to really love it when you get the details kind of plan. we don't need anything to score political points. but you can't push a plan through without border security being first and foremost. i think almost every other day we learn about how awful this obamacare thing is. so just to put something through that both sides can stay to a certain bloc of voters we like you you is a huge mistake. >> ben stein? >> 100% agree with you about the political pandering this to this panic vote. i've never seen anything quite so explicit in my life in terms of pandering to an ethnic group. it's embarrassing on behalf of both parties. i think -- >> i think whether you're pandering or not, the fact is you're delaying what looked like close at han
the costs are getting big are by the day. to ben stein, gerri willis, charlie gasperino. >> 24,000 people in california are hired to interpret obamacare? nancy pelosi doesn't understand it, the health care industry has been trying to understand it and can't do it. the bottom line, and i'm looking at it it from the consumers point of view, your costs are only going up some 68 million people are probably going to lose their corporate sponsored health care as a result of obama-- >> how many? >> 68 million. >> at least we're going to create 21,000 jobs in california. is that really the bottom, bottom line? there's more it to this than economics? >> happened to take two minutes out of my life and started reading the 63 pages. rules for navigators and shut down after the second page. the same thing happening since day one. we were told we had to figure out what was going to be in it. we knew what was going to come. it's going to be much higher costs, all kinds of regulations and mandates, we'll get the surprises by the week, whether it's a $63 fee for just to have a fee or this. i can't imagine
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good night from washington. gretawire.com. dr. ben carson. but make way for the five. >> i'm eric boling and we're here in new york city. this is the five. >> eric: we got a lot to get to tonight, who are the real racists in america? dr. ben carson says white liberals. did jay and jimmy make peace? some developments on the late night front. the gun debate is dominating news. in connecticut they agreed to the strictest gun laws in america. in georgia, a small town passes a lieu that requires all homes to have a gun. in washington, the nra rolled out there million dollar study recommending several ways to improve gun safety including their national school shield. america's appetite for guns is waning. a support for universal background checks, down, banning assault weapons, down. arming our schools, down! the question is -- is gun control legislation doa on capitol hill. >> bob: it's dead on arrival. >> you owe me a coke. >> bob: are you asking me. i still believe that the background checks with the exceptions of family members will be a part of this bill. there is certainly no way
the impact we like. what are we going with? we're going with uncle ben's best! that's right. ben's best. produced at the federal reserve gin mill. don't worry. we've got some real cheap gin to add too. ben's best is going to let us buy when we're finished with this $80 billion worth of u.s. bonds every single month, and you mow what? we're not even going to know we're doing it,it that good. anyway, what's the secret behind ben's best? it makes everything other than stocks, especially bond juice! taste terrible. you can't even think of drinking a bond. it gives you no return. and a stomach ache like grain alcohol. it doesn't matter whether you're buying junk bonds oh, municipal bonds, agency bonds, certificates of deposits. treasuries! you're getting that same lousy return you get from sipping sterno or at least drinking some rubber-all alcohol, of course, mixed with kang! what else is special about ben's best? we're going to need a little more ben's work here because of the stuff i'm putting in this thing. how about the fact that is masks all sorts of unpalatable ingredients. most inves
. >> eric: we're out of time. sintel town bringing attention to poverty to people like ben affleck claiming living on buck 50 a day. it more hollywood stuff? ♪ ♪ ♪ using telemedical and mobile technologies, verizon innovators are connecting trauma surgeons to patients in the field. helping them get the attention they need, before they even reach the hospital. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. and you'll dump your old duster. but don't worry, he'll find meone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's thalady? ♪ sexy la ♪ who's that lady? [ female announcer ] swiffer 360 duster extender cleans high and low, with thick all around fibers that attract and lock up to two times more dust than a feather duster. swiffer gives cleaning a whole new meaning. and now swiffer dusters refills are available with the fresh scent of gain. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eric: celebrities putting very little money where their mouth is ben affleck making a plunge to alive buck 50 a day but wayne, you worked in hollywood. will this cure poverty or bring att
effects as students at johns hopkins tried to stop the world renowned brain surgeon dr. ben carson from the commencement address because of comments he made on this program. and i'll read a statement we received from dr. carson. first the back-story. dr. carson was vilified by the left after he sought to speak truth to power at the prayer breakfast and now coming under fire about comments he made about gay marriage on this program. >> we have the issue of the supreme court dealing with two issues involving gay marriage. i've asked you a lot of questions and never asked you that. what are your thoughts? >> well, my thoughts are that marriage is between a man and a woman. it's a well-established, fundamental pillar of society and no group, be they gays, be they nambla, be they people who believe in bestiality, it doesn't matter what they are, they don't get to change the definition. so it's not something against gays, it's against anybody who wants to come along and change the fundamental definitions of pillars of society. it has significant r ramificatio ramifications. >> sean: dr. carso
. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> all right, welcome to "the young turks." look at this, ben mankiewicz is with me. ben and i did the show together for six years the radio, online etc. we'll have fun and do it together today. >> cenk, thanks for having me. >> okay, what re are we doing basketball first? >> we're doing basketball because it touches on other issues the news today is that rutgers fired their basketball coach mike rice after he engaged in a pattern of behavior that made him resemble bobby knight's more angrier petulant little brother. >> reporter: what caused coach mike rice his job today. he was fired after this video was released showing him hitting, kicking hurling basketballs at players' heads. and behind the bleeps, screaming obscenityies including homophobic words during his first three years of coach. >> the verbal abuse the belittling yeah, i was in total shocked that this guy wasn't fired immediately on the spot. >> that was eric mourdock assistant coach former nba player, second all time in the thank you in steals pretty productive player. not only was rice not fired at the time
. first, ben bernanke. what are people know about ben bernanke? >> guest: it's an interesting story. in some ways is an accidental fed chairman. here he is one of the most consequential central banks in history and no doubt one of the most important leaders and he will get more historical treatments. you and i both wrote a first draft of that. but in many ways is surprising what led him to the chairmanship. he entered government for the first time in 2002, thinking the short-term pain. he got a call to become a federal reserve governor, one of seven after 9/11 the spirit of patriotism that have been passed over to become the provost of princeton and he said yes and came for a short tour in washington. he was a real leader in the federal reserve. president bush appointed and to his white house chief of commerce to a nice 11 level of coincidence here, when it came time to replace alan greenspan, george w. bush was not at his strongest point. the iraq war was a mess. his popularity was low. so bernanke was a safe choice. if it wasn't for those things combining its possible and likely s
that ben gordon, age 17, was responsible for shooting out the scoreboard. however, they believe that another kid was with him, but because of the privacy laws, they can't say anything. but the principal did hesitate when i tried a name on for size. jeff wilton. our parolee's son. okay, let's get ben gordon and his father in here. you got it. ( phone rings ) yeah? yeah, it's speed. all right, i'll be out there in a minute. hi. thanks for coming out. you going somewhere? actually, um... there somewhere else we can talk? i have a photo shoot tomorrow in st. thomas. you're a photographer? a model. bathing suits. it's probably why i was so comfortable when you wanted to take pictures of me. i realized later i might have been a little too casual. so your boyfriend dies and you're able to go to work the next day? chuck and i weren't married. i wasn't in his will. yes, i need to make a living. alison, did you move the body? is that what the autopsy said? when i woke up, and he didn't respond, yes, i rolled him over on his back and called 911. homicide has you calling 911 at 7:00 am. par
an earthquake. and we have today with us ben latimer from tvan. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> we'll talk about things you can do you don't have to be a professional contractor to make your home more livable after an earthquake. >> i want to talk about things a homeowner can do. we have comfort and we have things like a little bit of maybe safety if your front door is ajar and waterproofing if you have a leak in your roof, or if you have broken glass on the window. >> so unr, one of the most important fib use is keeping outside out and inside in. let's look at windows. >> let's assume this window is broken in the earthquake. we have wind and rain blowing in. one of the most important things you need to do as a homeowner is secure the plastic properly. if you just take staples or nails and put them into the plastic, we're going to get a strong wind and rip it right off. what i'm going to have somebody do is they're going to have -- this is an old piece of shingle. you might have -- everybody has a piece of wood in their basement. it doesn't have to be fancy. they take out this rust
. coming up tinsel towns and celebrities living on a $1 50 a day. stars like ben affleck joining a pledge to live on a $1.50 a day. wayne, will this cure poverty or attention to the celebrities. >> it bringings publicity and we are talking about it. it is meaningless in the long wrong. 1.50 and what about the rest of the money. give it to the global poverty project and make a donation . no, no. we have make a stink and do this. it is meaningless. >> tracey, come on. >> a gatorade is two dollars a day. you don't have to go through this. ho about you hire these people and employ these people and let them make a life for themselves . then maybe i will talk positively about ben affleck. >> julian is your heart bleeding for them. >> no, i am not. but it misses the point. 10 percent of the country has the wealth and 91 percent get it is income gainings. middle income neighborhoods are disappearing and it is not whether he is hypocritical or not but the idea is if he is bringing attention to the fact income quality is threatening the issue. >> johnathon go ahead. >> i am darn sure people on welf
it together on keeping us safer, is anyone safe? to ben stein. as you tell he is glad to be back. charles payne, dagen mcdowell. we've also got adam and charlie gasparino. charles payne, what do we make of this? >> the day we have to worry about. everybody has to worry about it. wait for the fog to clear because you will love it when you get the plan out there. we don't need to score any political points the. you can't push a plan through without border security being first and foremost and. to push something through so both sides can say to bloc of voters, we like you would be a huge mistake. >> i hundred percent agree with you the political pandering to the hispanic vote. i have never seen anything so explicit in terms of pandering to an ethnic group. >> company's utility party is whole another issue. i think when you are pandering or not the fact of the matter you s you are delayin what looked like close at hand reform. i don't know if it is good or bad thing. >> may i respectfully ask, what is connection between border security and tsarnaev brothers. they didn't slip through the borde
host, ben ferguson. welcome to you both. so ben, let me start with you. the nra's main recommendations today, they want at least one armed guard or school employee per school, nra program to train personnel to use firearms. now, here's my problem with this. who are these employees going to be? are they going to be teachers? are they going to be janitors? who are these school employees who are going to be trusted with being the great defenders against shooters? >> well, i think first, you look at the recommendations. they said the first candidates would be those who are either former military or former law enforcement officers, or have an extensive background being around guns. i think the other thing is, is they're willing to go through extensive training to have this and there's two options here. look at what connecticut did today. they passed a whole lot of laws and i have one big question. if someone walks in to a school in connecticut after all these laws are implemented and a gun-free zone that we think is going to make us safe and it doesn't, who's going to stop that shooter? and
of rigging test scores to win performance ben news. >> welcome. i'm in for neil neil cavuto. just after midnight they century rendered, teachers, and even the former superintendent, awe charged in a 65 count indictment alleging they cheated on standardized tests. erasing students' incorrect answers and filling in the correct ones. hall, who was awarded a half million dollar in performance bonuses is accused of pressuring teacher ands principal to cheat. some of the teachers holding pizza parties while erasing wrong answers and others wearing gloves to avoid fingerprints. >> it's hard to believe we're talking about educators here. teachers, school officials, the former superintendent, all of them facing charges of racketeerings, nine have turned. thes in so far. the rest expected be midnight tonight. prosecutors say they have evidence and the witnesses to prove it goings back as far are 2004, this was routine the local school level because of pressure from the supplement let's show you who she is. she is the alleged ringleader of this conspiracy. beverly hall. the superintendent of the y
? why this uc berkeley grad has an issue with ben affleck's award rining movie "ar go." >>> the warriors players talk about last night's big win over the denver nuggets. plus what stephen curry did not do today. >>> some of the boston marathon bombing victims were transferred today because this was moving day at their hospital. the rebelation moved its patients. ten of the patients were hurt during the bombings. listen to this story. among the patients a woman who lost her right leg in the blast. she says a young man picked her up after the blast, put a tuorn kit on the leg, stopped the blood loss, maybe saved his life in all the commotion. she did not get his name but would love to get it. >>> thousands of people came by boston's copley store to remember the victims. it's the first weekend the finish line area has been open to the public since the attacks. people dropped off flowers and wrote personal messages and there was a table where children could have their faces painted with the words boston strong on it. >>> meanwhile nbc news confirmed the mother of the bombing suspects was add
, the parlor game has started in washington and on wall street over whether fed chief ben bernanke willtay r another term, and if not who might replace him. our next guest is the author of "the alchemist: three central bankers and a world on fire clotfire ." welcome. >> the economy is not growing very fast. the march jobs number was terrible. yet i don't see virtually anyone who thinks that the fed is likely to expand its bond buying program to stimulate the economy. you're in that camp. why not? >> yeah, they've been doing $85 billio in bond purchases every month, trying to pump money into the economy, keep mortgage rates low. and they're going to stay the course on that. if you remember just a few weeks ago after that last meeting, some of the officials were talking about tapering off the purchases. i think the bad data has been enough in to end that talk of tapering. but at the same time they want to try to keep the economy afloat and pumping money into the economy. >> neil, to the point that tyler mentioned a moment ago, a lot of fed watchers are speculating next year at this time ben be
lighter news, but it is great you all here to discuss these issues. ben hank wits, of course everybody is a regular mark thomson joins us again michael hastings is here, we call him the notebook. jamie dewolf joins us from san francisco, as well, a former writer, film make irand great grandson of l. ron hubbard. if we had jamie and ben's grabbed father on the panel. >> that's a panel. cenk: his grandfather of course wrote "citizen kane." of course we don't know who sent the ricin. i don't want to pull a fox news, and say it's the immigrants. the ricin throws a curveball. what do you think? immediately people start speculating. he was the one who voted to stop the filibuster on the gun control. >> first of all, i don't think you could find 500 americans who know who roger wicker is. i don't mean to disparage him but i don't know that that makes it a little surprising, that it's someone unless it's a random selection of a senator then it was someone paying rather close attention to the incident cruises of the senate if he was singled out because you'd be hard pressed to find five senator
diminished at the moment. we have our reporter on the ground, from kxas, ben russell, watching this for us. ben, what's the latest? >> reporter: richard, i can tell you the latest is the update. i heard you speaking about a short time ago from the waco police department. that's the largest city to the south of here. the latest update as far as what they're doing. what they're doing is still going, we're told, door-to-door, in the area impacted by this, what is perhaps a five-block area around this fertilizer plant, trying to make sure they haven't missed anyone. anyone who may have survived the situation, perhaps someone who may not have survived the situation. they want to know exactly who may be out there. this is the area. we're across the highway. about a mile or so from where the situation happened. what happened recently. you see the stacks of water and toiletries. there's people from the community showing up at this early hour or late hour for those who have not gone to bed. they're bringing the supplies for first responders, for all of these untold numbers of people who likely do n
on bread? ben of affleck will get by on $1.50 of food a day for five days to raise awareness of global poverty. that's a good thing. don't shake your head. the actor is joining sophia bush and joe biden's son, hunter, in a campaign called live below the line. tweeted ben, $1.4 -- 1.4 people live on less that $1.50 a day. i am joining live below the line on behalf of eastern congo, will you? i need glasses. and said grobin taking on the challenge was a humbling experience and i was proud and heartened by my fans that join me. it is amazing what we take for granted not living in hunger. and now let's go to the hollywood correspondent. >> that is like watching a porn and turning it off before anything happens. >> that is like watching wallly have a seizure. >> that is his reel. >> back to the story, gavin. something tells me there are better ways to deal with world hunger than symbolic jestures. i think they mean well. the meaning well doesn't end well in my mind. >> i don't think you want my opinion. it is harsh. people like ben afflec say oh suffering in the congo? oh i would be too. >>
out in return for approximately 250 guns. >> our younger son, ben, age six, was murdered in his first grade classroom. >> ama: later this hour, the plea for gun control from the mother of a newtown victim. >>> new at 11:00, have toes in richmond have taken all the fun out of this year's little league season. overnight someone broke into the league's storage room and made off with up to $1,500 of equipment and inventory that includes umpire gear and the snack food the league sold to raise money. the league will have to cancel two-thirds of its games this season. >> our umpire, we're down to one game, and instead of three games, at one time and now we're only to do the one game. >> ama: the league has nearly 300 players among 17 teams. it's asking or for the public's help in the form of donations to save their season. >>> still to come at 11:00, a dramatic crash just ahead. how this plane missed the runway but ended up with no serious injuries and the airline's questionable record. >>> muss, two testify stating accidents here in the bay area. we'll show you what happened and how at it a
but it all started in berkeley. why the former ambassador to iran and a cal grad has an issue with ben affleck when it comes to the oscar winning movie "arg "argo." >>> i'm marianne favro. coming up, i'll tell you where you will find the most accidents in san jose. a closer look at the hot zones in a live report. >>> and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri live in petaluma where the butter and eggs day festival and parade is less than one day away. we'll tell you about a can't miss stop on your way this saturday. that plus the weather forecast that gets even better than what you're seeing right now. well tell you when 90 degree temperatures return. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids
. pundit, actor ben stein, there he is. now ben, i want you just to tell me where you are putting your money, your own cash. because i know you. very careful, thrifty so that even ferris buehrle would understand it. buy the market itself. don't try to pick individual stocks. don't go with stock pickers even if they ever beautiful young women who say pick stocks go. with the markets. can you buy the index fund. there is almost no commission. it buys all the stocks and the 500 u.s. industrial public owned companies. can you buy an index fund from vanguard. and for almost no commission whatsoever, buy the largest even warren buffet who has been kind enough to become my friend and my latter years has said that he cannot outperform the markets. >> you are a dedicated stock guy. you believe no matter what happens that the stock market will eventually come back so just buy the whole market and these index funds and just put it away and hope and fray pray? >> if it goes down, buy more. but over long periods of time. >> won't have any money if it goes down. >> that's why you have to not put all
and plummeting. what is going on? lauren: right when your show started is when w they got wordf the marathon. ben willis came over and said look at the market, that is when we went under 200. we're also watching citigroup, up just about 1%, obviously one and a half, broader market started selling off a little bit more. the issue with citigroup is they have a decent earnings report for the first quarter. the investment bank advised on more m&a. things are looking pretty good, although on the conference call they definitely sounded a little bit more cautious than wells fargo as well as jpmorgan. a rare green arrow, back to you. liz: we want to recap, there have been dramatic explosions at the finish line of the boston marathon. that is when 2:55 you heard ben willis said watch out, this could be an issue. we have an aerial shot of what is going on. this is at boylston street in boston, the boston marathon attracts thousands and thousands of runners, not to mention spectators, some of whom we understand have been injured, they come running through. it would be a little bit later than the actual winn
stock exchange, the cme group and the nymex. ben willis each day that we start down, and have been down 89 points on the dow jones industrials earlier, each day by the session it comes back because the fed is still in play, correct? >> absolutely. you don't want to fight the fed, it is not somebody really wants to take on. i am more nervous about this market in the fact it is up to date after the article i have been in for years. i became bullish four years ago, waiting for a pullback. as a trader, that makes me very, very nervous. liz: ben willis the most nervous he has been in for years. are you getting that same spidey sense? >> what i have been watching his u.s. tolerance and some of the memos. the dollar broke at the 83 range and has not been able to stay up on it. a lot of issues right now the dollar can't seem to go up. we are getting strong earnings, but the dollar is not holding and as we look, golda started to come into play. liz: when you look at gold, for example, over the past year you stretch the intraday chart out, it seems like a trade that is now not as exciting as it w
if the rally continues. ben willis, you are first. >> being a dip is a good thing wall on wall street. buy the dips now. when i was a kid, dip was not good, but now we can't get enough of them. liz: an old term. you're a dip. what about the cme? >> don't put today's money in yesterday's trade. last time last week i said buy gold off the 50/50 low and the euro yen weakness, so i really think that overall that yen continues to depreciate, but don't chase it up at these levels. we don't know what's going to go on. the upside weakness is minimal, and gold is going to be stuck range bound with dollar strength. if it goes on to 1550, buy the level again, it held over a year and a half, but don't chase it up here. liz: here we go jeff grossman to gasoline, oil, natural gas, what do you pick today? >> oh, crude oil is not dead yet. technicians' dream bouncing off the lows with a serious rally this afternoon. liz: 69 cents to the upside. ben, you look at that and say, well, usually, oil movings higher on stronger dollar or stronger economy. you look at which to pick here, and what jumps out, ben? >
investigation. he compared it to a military style takeover. i will ask conservative radio host ben ferguson for his take on that and whether dzhokhar tsarnaev should have been given his miranda rights at all. [ female announcer ] total effects user kim scott still looks amazing. but with kids growing up fast, fighting seven signs of aging gets harder. introducing total effects moisturizer plus serum. for the ninety-two practices, two proms, and one driving test yet to come. she'll need our most concentrated total effects ever. as well as they could because they don't take it with food. switch to citracal maximum plus d. it's the only calcium supplement that can be taken with or without food. my doctor recommends citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. >>> we start tonight with the grill, where we turn up the heat and debate stories that matter to america. tonight with me on the grill for the first time is conservative radio host, ben ferguson. ben, how are you? this is appropriately named. i like this. >> i can't think of a finer slab of meat to be grilled than you, frankly. let's get
ben wheeler was killed at sandy hook elementary school. and today, it was his face -- the face of a 6-year-old -- looking over the senate floor at as lawmakers voted to begin the most significant congressional gun debate in two decades. >> the motion is agreed to. >> reporter: they defied republican leaders and delivered a stinging rebuke to the nra, which has fought hard against new restrictions on gun owners. david and francine wheeler, ben's parents, had been urging senators to take this vote all week. >> we represent ben's life. and that's why i'm here. >> reporter: as they sat in the senate gallery today, ben's ashes hung in a silver necklace around his mother's neck. when we caught up with the wheelers when they started their lobbying trip earlier this week, they said they knew the road would be long. >> i'm by no means an expert on the machinations of the senate. it's a byzantine process. >> reporter: after the vote, president obama called to congratulate the families. the senate will now debate a bill next week that would expand background checks for purchases at gun shows and
. and fed chairman ben bernanke will speak at an atlanta fed confrence. he will highlight findings from bank stress tests. well, the market sold off on friday on that disappointing jobs number but then bounced back. ben lichtenstien of traders audio.com joins us now. good morning to you ben. > > good morning. > > and do we see some follow through this monday from that rally momentum? > > that's a great question right now. again, we did see an enormous amount of energy coming out of the late day trade on friday. but for the most part there was a lot of energy basically off the open to the upside. the energy that we saw was all in the overnight to the downside. basically, when i came in on friday morning about an hour ahead of the number, we were already about 9 handles lower. after the disappointing number we sold off another 10 handles but bounced off some major support. that 1533 level. right now i think as long as we're below 1552, which i think was the low for monday of last week i think we're still somewhat under pressure at this point. now don't get me wrong, i was aware, i was here for
in europe with the eurozone crisis and the u.s. with ben bernanke in the federal reserve. i feel a lot of the books that were written in 2008-9 capture that very intense and remarkable crisis. the starting point and try to capture how the story went from there and the entire arc of this last several years. >> host: how long did take? >> guest: in some ways i have been building ideas census data coming to the federal reserve in 2007. i started on the fed be about one week after -- actually the first scene about the first direction of the buck. it's all my fault. august 9th 2007 is where i start which is the first day the european central bank intervened to prop up the european banking system. we got through that. i would not put the two together at the time, but from that point on i had been gathering ideas and france and trying to have seeped through what it all mantegna's of its series a thinking about a book in late 2010 and series reporting of the book started in two dozen 11. >> host: the cover shows, you looked at a number of central bankers, not only ben bernanke, but also mervyn
not only ben bernanke but also mervin king in the u.k. and jean-claude per se and the central bank and the japanese and some of their successes. let's talk about these three men who are are on the cover of the book. first ben bernanke. what do you think people want to know about them bernanke? >> guest: it's a fascinating story. i think in some ways he's an accidental -- here he is one of the most consequential central bankers in history really and no doubt one of the most important leaders of the federal reserve and you know i think he will get historical treatment. you and i wrote first drafts of that but i think in many ways what is surprising is what an accidental series of events that led him to the chairmanship. he hadn't served in government and entered government for the first time in 2002. thinking it would be a short-term thing. he got a call from the federal reserve governor, one of seven, not the chairman. it was after 9/11 and patriotism was in the air and he had been the provost at princeton and for all those reasons you said yes and came for what he thought would be
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